On June 7, many important events took place.
The symposium will be presented by the poet Mohamed Bahgat, with the participation of the veteran artist Samira Abdel Aziz.
The ambassador underlined a statement by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi whereas he said that Egypt is a partner to Palestine and never solely a mediator.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas praises Egypt’s ‘national stance’ to support the Palestinian people facing the Israeli ongoing aggression.
They will also examine brokering long-term peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Further, the OIC expressed concern over the accelerated pace of the Israeli occupation policy, particularly Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan neighborhoods Eastern Jerusalem.
They also tackled the endeavors made to accomplish pacification.
The Egyptian ambassador displayed the diligent efforts of Cairo in coordinating with various parties and the international community to achieve pacification and end Israeli attacks.
Israeli police forces stormed a large number of houses in Acre, Lod and other cities and detained scores of youths, the sources added.
Egypt has condemned the escalation in Jerusalem and called for calm since the outbreak of the tensions, embarking on diplomatic efforts to de-escalate. Below are some of the statements and steps by Egypt regarding the issue.
The Egyptian Minister called for putting an end to the conflict via a just and viable solution that would stabilize the situation in the Palestinian territories and contribute to regional stability.
Shoukry confirmed the need to resume Palestinian-Israeli peace efforts as soon as possible and with no delay.
Shoukry emphasized that Israel must put an end to its violations against international law while providing the necessary protection for civilian Palestinian brethren.
Attempts by Ethiopian monks to obliterate the identity of the Coptic Church’s Sultan Monastery in Jerusalem are not acceptable, Egyptian Member of Parliament Amr Ezzat said on Tuesday.
Clashes broke out between Ethiopian pilgrims and Egyptian Coptic monks at the Monastery of the Sultan located in Jerusalem, Thursday.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry held a phone call Sunday with Jordanian counterpart Ayman al-Safdy to confer over the "alarming developments" in Jerusalem, a press statement indicates.
The concern comes after a night of violence in Jerusalem between Israelis and Palestinians.
Egypt’s president Abdel Fatah al Sisi expressed his wishes for the Palestinian factions and leaders meeting in Cairo, Tuesday to achieve their desired goals of the dialogue.
We do not need from the Arab brothers or from any other country in the Arab World except [a stance] that is similar to the Egyptian stance
On December 29, many important events took place that changed the map of the world, including the commemoration of the assassination of Saint Thomas Becket and the Bab el-Amoud massacre in Jerusalem by the Irgun Zionist Organization.